Learning to learn for work and life is a toolkit that aims to help training providers and trainers, teachers or other practitioners in adult learning, to plan and implement a learning to learn‘ course for low skilled adults, migrants and other disadvantaged groups of learners, or simply embed different elements and activities in their daily practice.
The toolkit was developed within the transnational project LeWel Up, carried out between 2011 and 2014 under the Grundtvig programme, with the financial support of the European Commission‘s Lifelong Learning Programme. The project was developed by a consortium of partners from 6 European countries (UK, Romania, Spain, Estonia, Germany and France) and its main aim was to design an innovative training programme and materials for developing the learning to learn competence of disadvantaged adult learners, by enabling them to develop their skills for life and work.
Languages available: English, Romanian, Estonian, Spanish, German, French
Project Coordinator: University of Stirling, UK
- Romanian Institute for Adult Education (IREA), Romania
- German Institute for Adult Education (DIE), Germany
- CREA- University of Barcelona, Spain
- Estonian Non-formal Adult Education Association (ENAEA), Estonia
- Espace Pédagogie Formation France (EPFF), France